Question about 1997 Suzuki LS 650 Savage
Look under the gas tank near the top of engine - find a large black wire (about size of a pencil in thickness) it will end at the top of your spark plug, 1 on each side of the engine on my 650, first remove rubber boot, second apply plug socket (should be one in your tool kit) if not buy one to fit. A spark plug socket has rubber inside it prevents damage to the plug, remove spark plug, remember righty tighty and lefty loosey, check the gap set on the plugs, just ask the guy at the store to check it when you buy them, you will learn how to do it if you just watch, insert new plug using your fingers only, dont force it! you want to start the threads correctly and not cross thread the spark plugs, you should be able to get several turns by hand/fingers alone - tighten - but dont over tighten the spark plug, it not good. Then pop the boot back on the new plug and repeat on the other side of the bike. NOTE: I have to remove the aluminum insulator on top of the new spark plugs to put the spark plug boots back on, its threaded also so lefty loosey etc, you may need to also. Charge the battery while you are doing this and have some starting fluid/ether nearby. if the bike is cranking but wont fire you have other issues.
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